The Style: Faux Undercut
Get the Look: Fake the undercut—the unofficial style of professional soccer players—by taking a page out of Kristen Stewart’s comprehensive look book. She brushed her hair over with a deep side part, then tucked the ends of her bob cleanly under and secured with bobby pins.
The Style: Fringed Ends
Get the Look: Zoë Kravitz recently abandoned her braids for a platinum bob, but her plaits will forever be a source of inspiration. Copy her style by undoing the ends of your braids for crimped tips.
The Style: Brushed-Out Waves
Get the Look: This season, do what your hairstylist foolishly told you not to do: brush out your curls. Doing so will amp up the volume with loose, frizzy curls, which is just one of many things you’re copying from Solange’s life.
The Style: Oversized Pony
Get the Look: Pull voluminous waves into tight into a ponytail and hide the elastic with a ribbon.
The Style: The Perfect Part
Get the Look: Let your cut do the talking with this deceptively low-key look. To ensure your part stays put, trace it while your hair is towel dried, then blow dry it in place.
The Style: Baby Half-Up
Get the Look: Try the new way to wear your half up, by way of Hadid. Section off the front sides and your crown to the top and secure it with an elastic. Pull it tight and drape the pony along the sides for this youthful look.
The Style: Plaited Crown
Get the Look: Nyong’o can do no wrong, and this braded hairstyle is just another example of her winning streak. She wore her braids—which included a piece of fabric interwoven throughout—pinned against her head to the Kenzo x H&M collection show. If copying this exact style is cause for anxiety, try a watered-down version by weaving a ribbon through a simpler braid of your choosing.
The Style: One Side Back
Get the Look: When you’re rocking a bob, it can be difficult to figure out a new way to wear it. Follow Jones’ lead and push one side of your hair back and secure with bobby pins.
The Style: Spiked Half-Up
The Style: Twisted Updo